Quinoa Breakfast Bowl:
This is just one serving so increase it if you have more to feed.
1/2 cup cooked quinoa
1/2 cup almond milk
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp vanilla
sprinkle of sea salt
Heat all ingredients in a small saucepan and let it thicken for a minute or two. You may add a few dates or raisins if you want to sweeten this up a little.
I topped the quinoa with sliced banana and toasted walnuts but you can choose whatever berry you have around. This dish would also be good topped with a little full fat yogurt.
Here is a post taken from Quinoa 365 website I want to share.
High Protein, Maximum Nutrition... Quinoa has more recently garnered interest from the health-conscious crowd looking for maximum nutrition and those on high protein diets, seeking weight loss or those just wanting to eat better quality foods. Quinoa can promote weight loss, building muscle, alleviate migraine headaches, help diabetes, promote cardiovascular health and prevent hardening of the arteries. It has also been linked to helping prevent breast cancer, childhood asthma, gallstones and acts as a super antioxidant.
Balanced and Unique... A balanced protein, quinoa has a complete combination of all life supporting nutrients, containing all eight essential amino acids. This balance makes it highly digestible and completely unique in the plant kingdom.
Vitamin Rich... Not only high in protein, quinoa is high in fiber, and vitamins such as riboflavin, calcium, vitamin E, iron, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, folic acid and beta carotene. It is also abundant in linolenic acid, the essential fatty acid that has proven to benefit the immune response.
Gluten-Free... Quinoa is familiar to vegetarians as a protein source and to celiacs and those who are gluten-intolerant because it is completely gluten-free.